Spider I watched your video, glad to see how you removed the bearing fairly easy and that the one needed was smaller than what you had purchased in first place(smaller one is a lot cheaper) On the other hand I noticed you could pull the shaft in and out with ease with the bearing removed, it shouldn't have to be that way. The inner shaft fits tight in the inner bearing(see diagram), and the inner bearing fits tight in the block. I assume there must be something worn on the inside, either the shaft or the housing. Sorry to mention this over and over, but I ran into the same problem, and guess what? I had to rebuild the inner shafts If you want pictures, no problem, my engine has been taken completely apart. John.